Manresa Lodge

Address: 1535 San Andreas Road, La Selva Beach, California, 95076, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 1535 San Andreas Road, La Selva Beach, is near New Brighton State Beach, Forest of Nisene Marks State Park, Santa Cruz Harbor Beach, and Manresa State Beach.
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Travel Blogs from La Selva Beach

Let's go to Prison!

A travel blog entry by billhall on Dec 30, 2014

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... br> Inside the gate is sort of like a little town. A few feet outside the gate is the San Quentin post office, and Laurie mailed some post cards from there. I assume that some staff live in the small houses inside the gate. We are allowed to walk unescorted to the museum, maybe 150 yards inside the gate. We're warned not to walk any further. We enter the museum where a guy in his 60's (he was a court reporter in the San Francisco area and ...

Monterey Penninsula

A travel blog entry by robselclark on Oct 23, 2014

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Super weather here in Monterey, not like the foggy conditions we used to get! Forecast is to stay this way until we leave on Sat for Palm Springs with Bob and Connie. On Wed Dwayne, Bob and I played golf at the Bayonet course in Fort Ord. This used to be an Army base but is now all civilian - a product of the peace dividend after 1989. The course has been renovated and now is as good ...

Santa Cruz to Carmel- by - the-Sea

A travel blog entry by gmgw2014 on Sep 15, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... very old buildings. The street signs are wooden. After a coffee and very early pancake lunch in the aptly named Mission Cafe we visited the mission. The Basillica is very big, one of only a few with triple aisles. Today it serves as the parish church. There is an excellent museum with old artefacts and it tells how the Mission was founded in 1797 with the help of the local Indians. To the side of the Mission we were treated to ...

Hearst Castle and beyond - A Spectacular Day

A travel blog entry by melinaoatley on Jun 30, 2014

49 photos

... back from the beach has no curb and guttering and amost seem to be scattered in gardens.

Stayed at Monterey which still has a more working class character reflecting its fish cannery heritage. Walked down Cannery Lane, named after Steinbeck’s book. He was born in a town nearby and lived in Monterey for much of his life, which he used in his books, The sardine canneries closed in the 1950s due to over fishing.

As it was ...

Monterey - Whale watching !

A travel blog entry by lcgordon on Oct 19, 2013

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A 'must do' when in Monterey! Everywhere you go you can hear the sea lions and when you go down Old Fishermans Wharf, the sound is almost deafening. Headed down to the wharf for 9am start, it was a cold fresh morning but the sun was trying to poke through. Departed the dock on time and we were off! It wasn't long before ...